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Our opening hours (see menu page for food service hours):

See bottom of this page for Christmas and New Year Opening Hours.

Monday: 4pm to 11pm

Tuesday to Thursday: 12 noon to 11pm

Friday and Saturday: 12 noon to midnight (no admittance after 11pm)

Sunday: 12 noon to 10pm

Winter Season Only

We will close at 10pm Monday to Thursday & 9pm on Sundays during the quieter winter period.  If you are in before 10pm however, we will remain open as normal.

Hours are subject to change and there are occasions when we have private bookings which may restrict our food service availability.

If you would like to get in touch, ask a question or make a booking, please take a few moments to fill in this form and we will get back to you as quickly as possible.  Please also see some of the frequently asked questions below that may help.

 

 

Alternatively you can call us on 01798 861303 or email: contact@thethreemoles.co.uk

Frequently Asked Questions:

Do you allow dogs?

Yes we do allow well behaved dogs inside and in the garden but they must be kept on a lead.  We do not however allow dogs inside if they are wet and/or muddy – there is a sheltered area outside where they can go.   We are a very small pub and the smell of wet dog very quickly over powers the pub!   Our dog loves everyone but one thing he doesn’t like is if another dog jumps up at the bar and he will let them know he doesn’t approve by being rather vocal!

Do you allow children?

Our pub, albeit very small, is divided into two areas; the bar and the restaurant.  We do not allow under 18s at the bar seating end of the pub however they are more than welcome in the restaurant seating end (assuming there is a table available – please phone if you would like to make a booking), provided they are well behaved and supervised at all times.

The Three Moles is a very traditional real ale house / drinkers pub and does not have a separate children’s menu or any children’s facilities.  Unfortunately, due to damage caused previously that has cost us a considerable amount of time and money to repair, we do not allow children to do any craft activities indoors.

Do you accept large group bookings?

We do.  We are limited on space inside due to the size of the pub but dependant on the size of your group, we do have a large marquee in the garden most of the year which is ideal for groups.  We can reserve this for your group so please call us for details.

Do you do child portions on your menu?

We do not have a children’s menu as generally this is not the sort of pub that children come to – it is a very traditional real ale house / drinkers pub.  For those bringing children we can split a meal across two plates if you would like us too.

Do you have WiFi?

Unfortunately we do not currently offer WiFi.  Because of our location, we have terrible internet service with a max speed of 1mbps which is barely enough to power our computer and card terminal.  We are constantly working (nagging) to get a better service but until this happens, we cannot offer WiFi.

Do you allow walkers/campers in the pub?

Seem’s like a strange one, but believe it or not there are places that don’t!  Of course we do though – all we ask is that if you have muddy footwear, you take it off at the door to help keep the pub carpets clean.

 

Christmas and New Year Opening Hours

Christmas Eve                       –       12pm to 10pm

Christmas Day                       –       12pm to 2pm

Boxing Day                            –       3pm to 9pm

Wednesday 27th to

Saturday 30th                        –       Open as Normal

New Year’s Eve                     –       3pm to late

New Year’s Day 2018          –       Closed

Tuesday 2nd                           –       Open as normal